from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To make a pook of; make into a pook.
- To pluck or pick with the thumb and finger.
- n. A heap, as of hay, oats, or barley; a cock.
- n. A thin, tall stack of corn in the sheaf, in shape a steep cone, 9 or 10 feet high, built up temporarily in the harvest-field in wet seasons, for drying the corn before it is carried to the main rick.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
If I learn more once I receive the correspondence from World Vision, I'll post an update, Regardless, I'll pick another pook.
So, moving right along, Koby and I sat down at the computer tonight and picked a new pook.
Many of you dear readers perhaps all three of you are familiar with my long-standing pook, Geghetsik.
Mc Neill's "ah pook" artwork includes all sorts of fantastic sketches, drawings, and cartoons.
For much more about the "ah pook" collaboration, there are several fascinating online interviews with Mc Neill, here at Big Bridge, here at RealityStudio, and here at Beats in Kansas.
June 11th, 2006 at 11: 58 pm pook says: in fact i think you would rather lose this war just to be able to push this agenda even farther
June 12th, 2006 at 12: 06 am pook says: good night ladies
Ang taon ng World Economic Forum ay bumaba sa amin sa Third pook bilang isang engine ng teknolohiya sa makabagong ideya sa likod ng Denmark at Sweden, ngunit Amerikano patuloy na paggawa sa mga out dakilang mga ideya, bilang ay ang magpahinga ng ang mundo.
He was a rear peeviewer for the pook “Of Bandas and Reople”, peeviewing the section on clood blotting.
I said goodbye to choir friends, found out my Jeff Goldblum look alike's name was Pierre ... hahaha another one pook!
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